How do you say “Do you like chocolate?” in Japanese?
Today’s phrase is :
Do you like _ ?
_ wa suki
“好き (suki)” means “like”.
When you want to say “Do you like _ ?”, put a noun just before “は好き (wa suki)？”.
For example, if you want to say “Do you like chocolate*?”, you can say like this :
*chocolate = チョコレート (chokorēto)
chokorēto wa suki
Do you like
*We do not usually say “あなた (anata) = you” in everyday conversation.
If you want to speak politely, you can say :